There's 22 titles, all the pre-1971 ABKCO titles. HOT ROCKS also has BROWN SUGAR and WILD HORSES from their later catalog, same as the old CD set. So far I have ten of the titles and they're worth buying for the CD layer. They sound nice on my Pioneer stable platter CD player. They go into high gear in my Sony C555ES SACD player. They are the buzz on all the U.S. boards. Why so quiet here? My highest recomendation goes out to LET IT BLEED, atleast among the original, non-compilation titles. If you have a SACD player to spin it on, it could pass for perfect vinyl. GIMME SHELTER may have never sounded better...? BROWN SUGAR on HOT ROCKS is the single best sounding cut to my ears, so far. I'm stille waiting for THE SINGLES COLLECTION and FLOWERS to come to my door. The Stones may be antique music but it's nice to hear them sounding this good again. The original ABKCO CD's hardly did justice to them. The SACD layers of the remasters are sounding very vinyl-ish.... P.S.- some of the U.S. Toshiba DVD players can't read the CD layer. I don't think it's disc related, just crappy Toshiba design.